Tom Myers
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Tmyers22551 rated on 25 Oct 2013
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Tmyers22551 rated on 16 Dec 2010
[Version 1.0.7]

Tmyers22551 commented on 13 Feb 2010
Mac Mini (early 2009)
Mouse: LX7 Cordless Optical
Keyboard: Logitech Cordless Navigator
OSX 10.6.2
Previous LCC software version: 3.1

I opened LCC installer version 3.2, and since there were no incompatibilities mentioned, I assumed that all of the Logitech hardware that I was using was compatible. Upon restart, every keyboard key strike was doubled. a "t" became "tt", etc. ... and there was no way to uninstall the software, since it requires your password and no way to type it, one letter a time. Thankfully, I had an old wired keyboard. After several uninstalls and reinstalls, I gave up on 3.2 and went back to 3.1. My old Logitech keyboard works again.
[Version 3.2]


tmyers22551 reviewed on 31 Dec 2008
I bought Yep in last year's December MacUpdate Bundle. It was one of those "throw-ins" that I would have never bought or tried. It's now one of my favorites and I now consider Yep essential to my daily Mac experience.

Instead of making paper copies, I use the feature "print PDF copy to Yep" for just about everything that I want filed or managed. It automatically keeps track of all my PDF files, and if I drag a photo to Yep, it makes at PDF copy and tracks that too.

I have lots of files and photos that I use for my ancestry data and family history. Yep makes child's play of keeping that data organized for me.

I've been a Mac user since the days of the Mac Plus, and I have hundreds of programs that I've used. A few have become essential to my Mac software family. Yep has become one of my essential programs. For me, it has been stable, no observed problems with their updates, and it's feature rich. I don't endorse many programs, but I think Yep deserves at least a try.
[Version 1.8]


Tmyers22551 reviewed on 18 Nov 2005
If you see it on your monitor, SnapNDrag will copy it in any of 3 formats. I've used this program for several years now and I now find it to be as handy as any of my great Apple programs.

Thanks for the timely upgrades and for not charging us for all the improvements.
[Version 1.6.5]

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